Warner Bros. is gearing up for another Hangover, having set director Todd Phillips to write a sequel with Scot Armstrong.
According to Variety, the deal comes two months before the first Hangover is due in theaters June 5.
In the comedy, groomsmen take the betrothed for a last fling in Las Vegas, then become so caught up in the revelry that they lose the groom.
Phillips will be back to direct and produce Hangover sequel through his Green Hat Films banner. WB also has made deals to reunite Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms, who star in the original.
The studio hopes to begin production late this year.